LeBron James orchestrated a remarkable fourth-quarter comeback, scoring 19 of his 34 points to lead the Los Angeles Lakers (32-28) to a thrilling 116-112 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers (37-20) on Wednesday night.

Trailing by a staggering 21 points in the final period, the Lakers staged a monumental rally, sparked by James’ exceptional performance and clutch plays down the stretch.

Despite missing key players like Paul George and Ivica Zubac, the Clippers seemed in control, led by Kawhi Leonard’s 26 points and James Harden’s 23 points and nine assists. Ex-Laker Russell Westbrook added eight points off the bench.

However, the Lakers’ tenacity proved decisive, with Anthony Davis (20 points, 12 rebounds), D’Angelo Russell (18 points, 6 assists), and Rui Hachimura (17 points) stepping up alongside James to secure the improbable win.